|Item Weight||17.7 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||18 x 14.5 x 7.8 inches|
|Item model number||3540-02|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||30 Day Money Back Guarantee - 1 year warranty|
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SKIL 3540-02 7-Inch Wet Tile Saw
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- Corrosive resistent stainless steel top supports tiles up to 12 x 12-in.
- Adjustable rip fence with miter gauge for accurate straight and miter cuts
- Blade cooling water reservoir to keep blade cool while minimizing dust and debris
- Bevel cuts tile from 0 to 45 degrees
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SKIL 3540-02 120-Volt 4.2 Amp 7-Inch Wet Tile Saw
With more and more homeowners tackling renovations on their own and looking for quality tools on a budget , the SKIL 3540-02 120-Volt 4.2 Amp 7-inch Wet Tile Saw is perfect to use for replacing or installing various tile floors.
(1) SKIL 3540 7-Inch Wet Tile Saw, (1) 7-inch Diamond Blade, (1) Blade Guard, Blade Wrenches.
- Amperage: 4.2
- Rating: 120V AC Only
- No Load RPM: 3,600
- Blade Diameter: 7 Inches
- Miter Angle: 0-45 Degrees
- Bevel Positive Stop at: 0, 45 Degrees
- Certifications: CULus
Stainless Steel Table Top
A stainless steel table top will resist corrosion after multiple uses.
Adjustable Rip Fence with Miter Gauge
The adjustable rip fence with miter gauge will allow you to make accurate and straight miter cuts.
Bevel Cuts Tile From 0 to 45 Degrees
For a more intricate design or to tackle those end pieces, the 0-45 degree bevel will provide flexibility for various cut types.
Blade Cooling Water Reservoir
The blade cooling reservoir not only is a safety feature because it keeps the blade from heating up, but the constant flow of water will help minimize the dust and debris while cutting the tile.
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|Item Dimensions||14.5 x 18 x 7.75 in||18 x 22 x 8.5 in||20.08 x 15.74 x 9.88 in||15.75 x 14.25 x 4.6 in|
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Been putting off that kitchen or bathroom tile project? Lets get that off the to do list and complete tiling projects easily with the SKil model 3540, 7 in. Wet Tile Saw. The stainless steel top resists corrosion and the adjustable rip fence with miter gauge ensures accurate straight and miter cuts. Its 7-in included diamond blade ensures smooth cutting along with a blade cooling water reservoir that keeps the blade cool and minimizes dust and debris. Why rent one, when you can add this power tool to your collection for about the same cost? - Stainless steel table top - resistant to corrosion - Adjustable rip fence with miter gauge - for accurate straight and miter cuts - Bevel cuts tile from 0 to 45 degrees - flexibility for different cut types - Blade cooling water reservoir - keeps blade cool and minimizes dust and debris\nWe are an authorized SKiL dealer
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Skil Benchtop Power Tools are Quality Tools at a Great Price !
Top Customer Reviews
but for the DIY homeowner it is good value for money, simple and surprisingly capable. I needed to tile a
kitchen backsplash using quite ornate tile. In addition to the usual straight cuts there were a lot of 45 degree angle cuts.
At the end of the job the blade that came with the saw was still cutting well.
I will be tiling a couple of bathrooms in the future and am confident this little baby will be up to the job.
The saw has no water pump (which I like because they can be a headache) and the saw blade simply runs in the water in the water reservoir.
The reservoir is small and I had to 'top up' the reservoir every second or third cut from a garden watering can.
The saw is super easy to clean up with a garden hose at the end of each cutting session.
All in all this is one of the better tools (for the price) that I own. I am still using the original saw blade
The fence adjustment can be a bit awkward initially but you soon get the hang of it.
Pros: Inexpensive, Simple design, durable. The motor is quite adequate and with a little care you can make accurate cuts.
Cons; Fence adjustment needs a little patience. Water reservoir is small.
Update: 18 months later the tile saw is still working well. But I did have a problem with the
on/off switch. It stopped working. I called the SkilSaw parts department and they shipped a replacement
to me right away at minimal cost(seven dollars). It arrived within a week and installation was a breeze. This saw is all I need as an
amateur DIY guy.
UPdate: 2 and a half years since original purchase and another tiling job just finished! The saw ( with original blade!)is still working
as well as the day I bought it. This saw has paid for itself over and over again.
I did probably 200 cuts on it so far all on the same blade. The only thing you have to keep an eye on is the water level. The water tray is a bit small and I have to fill it up every 20 cuts or so. Also, it does spit tile pieces and water, but mostly off to the left and right. You'll get very little water yourself if any. As long as you have the blade guard down low, it keeps it off of you and I've never gotten a piece in my eye like I do on other saws. Even my $650 Ridged would hit me in the face with a piece now and then, this never seems to, even when I have my head down six inches from the blade, looking at a cut closely.
To be honest, when it comes to making that "perfect cut", I really don't use the laser guides, measurement tools and all the fancy stuff on a high end saw anyway. I can make just as good a cuts with this saw as I usually eye-ball everything now anyway. 1 in 8 or 10 times, I'll eye-ball it wrong, but it's worth the time saved to ruin 1 in 10 tiles if I don't have to spend the time measuring. When you do have to use the guides, like when you're making ten cuts that are all the same, they do work well. They set easily and seem to be straight and accurate. Not a ton else to say about this saw. Definitely a better option than using the score and snap tools - even for the single job, home owner, I think you're better off spending another $30 - $50 and just getting the wet saw and this one is the best option I've found for the price!
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